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I'm all about creating healthy habits that will lead to real results that last.
BUT - sometimes we can use a jumpstart. Something that gets us excited, motivated + focused. Sometimes we need a plan; detailed structure so that we don't have to thing twice about what to do (or not do). Sometimes, we just need to shake things up.
With that in mind, I'll be hosting a 10-day Spring Cleaning coaching program; while you mind be Marie Kondo-ing your closets, I want to cut the crap from our diets. In its place, real, whole, nutrient-dense foods.
We won't be counting calories or carbs; you won't have to deprive yourself to the point of excessive hunger or cravings. In fact, more important than what we cut out is what we put IN. By focusing on food that are naturally nourishing + satisfying, there will be less room - and less temptation - for the less-than-healthy foods you might be reaching for out of habit.
What to expect:
Have a 1-on-1 coaching call with Liz to discuss goals, obstacles, and specific strategies to set you up for success. You will also have daily motivation, information + inspiration emails, as well as direct email contact to support you throughout the program.
Keep a detailed 10-day food + fitness diary; this is for accountability, knowing I will be reviewing + leaving comments/suggestions.
Follow structured-but-flexible diet guidelines that will ensure you are getting enough of what you need (fresh produce, protein, healthy fats + fiber) and none of what you don't. Sample meals included, as well as meal-prep suggestions (not required).
Eat "out" no more than 3 times over the course of 10 days - this means for breakfast, lunch or dinner. 9 times out of 10, the food you make for yourself at home will overall be a more healthy choice. This will also help reset your tastebuds that might be used to heavily salted + processed foods. Put the money you save aside and go get yourself a snazzy pair of new workout sneakers.
Adhere to a science-based, research-backed time-restricted eating (TRE) protocol to help reset your hunger + fullness cues, improve your sleep, boost metabolism + promote recovery. Don't worry - this is a very reasonable 8-10 hour window; for example, have breakfast by 9am and finish your last meal by 6:30pm. You will be SHOCKED how much this benefits digestion, energy, and yes, even weight loss.